Friday, October 8, 2010

Bhagvad Gita Notes





When I first read the Bhagavad-gita, it appeared to me that all the purports are just a  repetition of the same facts again and again and the translations would not appeal to me at  all. In fact, for several years I could never go beyond the second chapter; as is the realization  shared by many devotees.  It appears that it takes a certain level of purification in the association of devotees before  one can start understanding the Holy scriptures and develop a taste for studying Them. It  was not until I read His Grace Bhurijana Prabhu’s “Surrender Unto Me” that I started  developing some understanding of Bhagavad-gita. I would like to offer my deepest heartfelt  gratitude to His Grace Bhurijana Prabhu for presenting such wonderful and lucid  explanations of Srila Prabhupada’s “Bhagavad Gita As It Is” in “Surrender Unto Me”.

It appears that it takes a certain level of purification in the
association of devotees before one can start understanding
the Holy scriptures and develop a taste for studying Them. It
was not until I read His Grace Bhurijana Prabhu’s “Surrender
Unto Me” that I started developing some understanding of
Bhagavad-gita. I would like to offer my deepest heartfelt
gratitude to His Grace Bhurijana Prabhu for presenting such
wonderful and lucid explanations of Srila Prabhupada’s “Bhagavad
Gita As It Is” in “Surrender Unto Me”.
.........................By Author














Link :

No comments:

Post a Comment